BEP Marine spray proof compact switch panels featuring inline fuse holders with included fuses. Switches are rated at 20 amps DC. Choose from 4, 5, or 6 switch panel configurations.
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Fuse Switch Panels
Do you have replacement cover boots for the switches?
Sorry don't know. Switch works grt tho.
Can you label your switches as you please ?
Sure. I have assumed the labels shipped with the unit were for my convenience. I have used a label maker and a pair of scissors to create custom labels for equipment not included on the preprinted list.
Yes and no. The panel comes with blank spaces near each switch and a sheet of 28 different labels. these labels contain most things you might put on a switch, unless you have some really unique needs. There are no blank labels, so you would have to improvise a sticker of some sort if you wanted something other than the pre-printed sheet.
Yes but limited choices of labels in package
Yes Nice pkg
how do you install the 4WP panel with wiring to boat? have installation instructions that came with panel but can't figure out how to install it; help!
When you ask how to install it, are you referring to physically installing the switches, or are you asking about the wiring? The switches need a cutout, and should have come with a template. If you are asking about the wiring, I can say generally that the red wires that come with the switch connect to your existing 12V DC power, and whatever you are "switching" will connect to the other terminal on the switch. If you don't have any existing wiring, you might want to use a bus bar for incoming power. Can you provide more details on what you are trying to do, and what you are having trouble with?
When you say you are having trouble installing it, do you mean the panel itself or the wiring? The panel needs to have a square hole cut the size of the included template. The wiring needs to be connected to your existing wiring, but I can't be more specific than that unless you provide some details about your project. You may need a bus bar, possibly two, if you are doing a new install, as the bus bar will allow you to connect your battery power to the switches.
Glad I read the other review
Saw the only other review and he was right - if you want UP for 'ON', you have to flip it over. I installed it as per the diagram, but made sure I had some extra length on the wires, didn't secure it until it was wired up and sure enough, it was upside down. Just flipped it over and secured it and that was that. Other than that it does the job just fine.
Not exactly as described
Mounting holes are not cemetrically located and there are no up/down indicators. Had to reverse all 4 switches after mounting. Only 2 fuses for 4 switches. Need to install additional fuse holders to protect low amp electronics.